Most of you have heard of Google, right? It is one of the most well-known companies in the world and for good reason. They have brilliant minds at work to ensure the products that we all have grown to rely upon are running at top speed and potential.
Recently we caught up with a few employees to ask them questions on how to be successful a technology oriented job. Hear advice from these three managers:
- Akshay Thakkar – Google, Program Manager, Android
- Eva Schooling, Google, Program Manager, Search
- Ian Pedowitz, Google, Technical Program Manager, Android
Check out each of the four snippets filled with advice on being successful in the workplace:
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Learn what non-technical skills are needed to succeed. These 3 engineers share their experiences to explain why having both technical skills and non-technical skills are essential to winning in the workplace.
Ever wonder how to translate your experiences to the workplace? Listen and understand how you can take any experience and make it work for you.
Interviews are pretty much a given with any job hunting experience. Check out our Google engineers' career advice on how to stand out in interviews and craft impressive resumes.